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How To Preserve Eggs: Freezing, Pickling, Dehydrating, Larding, Water Glassing, & More (The Little Series of Homestead How-Tos from 5 Acres & A Dream Book 1)

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If you have chickens, you likely have times when you have a lot of eggs. You can eat them, trade them, sell them, or ???? This little eBook shows you a number of ways to preserve homegrown eggs: freezing, pickling, dehydrating, larding, and water glassing. Also discusses shelf life and how to have fresh eggs…;





If you have chickens, you likely have times when you have a lot of eggs. You can eat them, trade them, sell them, or ???? This little eBook shows you a number of ways to preserve homegrown eggs: freezing, pickling, dehydrating, larding, and water glassing. Also discusses shelf life and how to have fresh eggs all winter long.



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